This research guide is for Australians who are researching their family history in Australia and want to make the most of records online. It is also for those overseas who may have had family members come out to Australia as convicts, emigrants, or perhaps temporary visitors during the goldrushes.
The amount of Australian genealogy information online is staggering, and it grows daily. This guide book gives you links to hundreds of Australian records that you can find online.
Divided into easy categories of Australia, and each State or Territory, the guide book gives you links to archives, cemeteries and burials, church records, BDM records, colonial and convict records, directories and almanacs, electoral rolls, genealogy and local history societies, gazettes, immigration, libraries, local government, maps, military records, specialist websites, subscription sites, will and probate records.
This is a go-to reference book for anyone researching their Australian connections. But remember, it is not all online because not everything is indexed or digitised, so onsite research is still needed in conjunction with your online searching.
Author: S Hicks
Paperback, 92 pages
Publisher: Unlock the Past